The next generation of food inspection

Perform thorough measurements in real time with perfect hygiene: the non-invasive technology gives results without touching the goods. Reach 100% inspection coverage, fully imaging every product – no sampling needed!

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Inspecting heat sealed packages

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Identify materials accurately and reliably

With Specim cameras, you can detect and contamination or foreign objects, identify chemical composition, or find defects with unmatched accuracy and detail, improving quality and reducing waste and costs.

What can you measure?

Fruit and vegetables: Sugar and starch content, ripeness, bruising

Meat: Fat content, protein, water, collagen, tenderness

Nuts: Shell pieces, variety identification

Baked goods: Moisture, crust color, contamination

Integrate into existing systems

Specim FX series cameras are small, fast and affordable, and the standard interfaces make it possible to integrate them into existing solutions. We have designed them specifically for industrial machine vision applications, and several versions operating on different wavelengths means that you can find a camera to meet your specific needs. Get reliable results with less light and high framerate.

Find a compatible commercial software tool or use Specim SDK and ASCII control protocol to integrate the FX cameras to your own system software solutions

Case: Inspecting heat sealed packages

Airtight packages preserve the product’s freshness, improve quality and prevent leaks. It is essential to ensure that the package is reliably sealed, and this sets requirements for seal inspection process. Hyperspectral imaging is the only imaging method that reliably finds the imperfect seals through the sealing film, even when the package is printed.

Minebea Intec and Bergader Privatkäserei have integrated Specim FX17 in their seal inspection process and found it to be the perfect solution for their requirements. “With it, we have been able to achieve the desired cycle speed of around 145 inspections per minute and attain virtually 100% reliability in detecting heat-sealed joint faults.”